^^Downtown Nashville is seriously so cool and colorful!
^^i love downtown nashville cause it's such a big mix of old and new and southern and modern and it just has really cool vibes
^^Also can we just talk about this street art? ahh i loved it!
We talked and jammed out and couldn't wait to get there. The only thing we didn't quite figure into our meticulously made plan (seriously we had it mapped with time between each destination and everything) was that it was St. Patrick's Day and it turns out that that isn't the best time to be in downtown Nashville....lol. It was super crowded with everyone wearing tons and tons of green. So decided to drive around a little and eventually decided to ditch a few walls and come back another time. It was a very...um excited? interesting? environment haha.
We definitely weren't phased though...we were too caught up in the rush (even if we were just experiencing it from our car haha) and the cool signs and the excitement of being in Nashville by ourselves. So off to the next wall we went!
The wall at Three Brothers Coffee was seriously at the top of my bucket list and it wayyy lived up to the hype of all the pictures i saw online. The light was amazing and it was just so cool.
In between short little rainstorms we ran into the coffee shop (Three Brothers Coffee) right next to it and it was filled with amazing art and a little shop beside it and seemed like a super cool place in general. Then at the end this drunk guy came up and started to talking to us and the the little shop was right there so we ran in it real quick- that coffee shop definitely wins haha.
After that we realized it was time to go so we drove back jamming and laughing and ended up changing in a tractor supply parking lot. adventures, right?
We only ended up hitting that wall but i'm definitely hoping this can be a series- we have a major bucket list of walls to visit:)
this wall can be found right beside 3 Brothers Coffee in Downtown Nashville
all credit for pics of me goes to emma